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Charles HansonCourses Plus Student 7,909 Points
Keep getting an error saying that it doesn't see 3 numbers in the array
I am having trouble completing this task because it is telling me that there are not 3 numbers in the array. I have ran my code through a validator and it is syntactically valid. I have also tried writing out the numbers also as well as trying different combinations of numbers.
var data = [ '6', '7', '9', ];
By enclosing them in quotes you have strings. Remove the quotes.